Recreating a Snickers smoothie bowl that I had at a café. It’s a healthy twist on Snickers that’s vegan, gluten-free, and full of healthy ingredients!!
I had a snickers smoothie bowl for the first time at Hills Organics for brunch a few weeks back, and I wanted to recreate this beautiful bowl, to enjoy whenever I liked.
This smoothie is made with cacao powder and peanut butter to give it that chocolatey-peanutty taste of Snickers. Alternatively, you can use carob powder instead to make it caffeine-free.
Other natural sweeteners can be added instead of dates, or sub coconut water instead of almond milk.
There are so many toppings to add, too. The ones I share were just similar to the toppings I had on my café smoothie bowl, but you’re more than welcome to add things like fresh fruit, dried fruits, nuts, seeds, dairy-free chocolate or peanut butter, and more!
TIP: You can freeze plant milk (like almond, coconut, hemp milk etc.) into ice cube trays and use them in your smoothies for a creamier, more flavour-rich smoothie, or try freezing coconut cream into ice cubes for a super creamy texture.
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Homemade Snickers Smoothie Bowl
Only 7 ingredients needed, and it’s ready in about 5 minutes! This smoothie bowl will win over even the toughest of food critics (a.k.a kids), and makes as the perfect healthy dessert, too!
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1/4 cup plant milk
- 4 ice cubes
- 1-2 tbsp cacao powder
- 1 tbsp peanut butter
- 4 dates, pitted
- Coconut flakes or shredded coconut
- Cacao nibs
- Peanut butter
- Coconut whipped cream
- Melted dairy-free chocolate (to drizzle)
- Add all the smoothie ingredients to a high powered blender and blend together until well combined.
- Pour into a bowl then add desired toppings.
Snickers smoothie bowl tutorial
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Have you made smoothie bowls before? What flavour smoothie did you make? Share below.
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